- Exciting to watch
- Cinematography and production values are absolutely top-notch
- Powerful voice-over preparing you for the end of the film--and there was not a sound in the theater when it ended with a list of Navy special operations personnel killed since 9/11
- Realistic in its violence and language, and it is definitely not suitable for small children
- The torture scenes are more implied than grossly graphic--still disturbing, but it could be worse
- Heroes do great things, but heroes make mistakes, screw up, and die
- The bad guys aren't cartoon figures; the Chechnyan leader's video is an accurate portrayal of their complaints and perceptions of the world
- You can tell which of these actorsmake their living acting, and which are paid to defend us. So what? This is such a small problem that my first reaction is we should be glad that the SEALs aren't good enough actors to quit their day jobs. I don't want Sylvester Stallone trying to do the jobs of the real heroes. This is the only issue that I have with this film.